|| DRC is vacated by the congregation.
City Historian Helen Gearn urges preservation.
|| Architect Raymond Ruge drafts feasibility study.
DRC featured in 4-block "Palatine Square" proposal.
||City claims church as part of Urban Renewal parcel.
|| Urban Renewal Agency purchases DRC for $96,000.
Historical Society & "Newburgh Now" work to save
Orange County plans to purchase church as part of "Courhouse
|| Placed on National Register of Historic Places.
Incorporated in proposed "Courthouse Plaza" plan.
Investigated by Hudson Valley Philharmonic.
|| NY State designates Newburgh Historic District.
Greater Newburgh Arts Council works to save church.
|| HUD orders church sold (for $7,000) or razed.
Bought by City from Urban Renewal Agency.
||Sold conditionally to Hudson Valley Freedom Theater (HVFT).
||National Park Service repairs DRC roof.
||City reclaims title after default on contract by HVFT.
|| NY State enlarges Historic District to include the DRC.
DRC column capitals, other decorative features removed by NPS.
||City & Council on the Arts apply for EQBA grant.
|| City Historian Kevin Barrett urges preservation.
"Committee for the Restoration & Utilization of the
AJ Davis Classical Temple" formed.
||Newburgh Council on the Arts renews efforts.
|| Visit by First Lady Hillary Clinton.
DRC receives "Save
America's Treasures" grant.
|| W. Krattinger of NYSOPRHP writes National Historic Landmark
DRC Restoration Committee formed by Carla Decker.
|| Restoration Committee made part of Newburgh
NPA & City select Mesick Cohen Wilson Baker Architects.
DRC named a "National Historic
|| NPA awarded "Preserve
New York" grant from the Preservation League and the NYS Council
of the Arts.
|| Historic Structure Report
DRC west foundation wall and drainage system repaired
|| Picket fence painted in Tom
|| Dutch Reformed Church named to world's 100 Most Endangered Sites by the World Monument Fund
|| Night lighting system installed on grounds.
|| WMF sponsors Field School for high school students.
|| Major portion of the ceiling collapses.